The research suggests there are more benefits to consuming foods high in calcium, such as milk and cheese, than there are risks.
Bone health is particularly important in Parkinson’s, and we know calcium plays a major role in maintaining our bones. When it comes to risk of developing Parkinson’s, there is still more work to…
We've had a few resources sent through to support academics with engagement activities and generating Impact ahead of REF2021 (where Impact weighting will increase from 20% to 25%):
Hi Sabina, thanks for your comment. Can I ask where your mum is? In the UK, we have a notification system for people to find out about the latest research news, participation and involvement opportunities — it’s part of the Research Support Network. You can find out about it at www.parkinsons.org.uk/rsn